by Pearl Duncan
What truthful historical image will the Law School embrace to replace the old discredited seal?
SOURCE: Harvard Law Today
“The Corporation agrees with your judgment and the recommendation of the committee that the Law School should have the opportunity to retire its existing shield and propose a new one,” wrote Harvard President Drew Faust.
SOURCE: The Harvard Crimson
A committee tasked with re-considering Harvard Law School’s seal in light of its ties to slavery recommended Friday that the Harvard Corporation revoke the emblem’s status as the school’s official symbol.
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